Here is a delightful Hispanic twist on one of the traditional Chanukkah treats – from Mexico via Chicago. Enjoy, Beautiful People!
I’ve never really appreciated Hanukkah food. It’s too fried, too jelly-filled, too… I don’t know, I just never appreciated it. Today, however, with all the donut excitement there is in the world, I decided I had to make a jewish donut that was worth it. I’d never fried dough before and I thought it’d be messy and bad, and I only had very little oil (remind you of something?) I didn’t think about it before, but I was able to fry ALL my donuts in very little oil. Yes children, this was a Hanukkah miracle! The one thing I really hated about sufganiot (or as they call them here, jelly donuts) was the jelly part. I hate everything containing jelly. But hey, a filled donut has a thousand possibilities, and what better than dulce de leche to fill a hole?
Where did you find dulce de leche in Chicago?- you might…
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